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  1. Crack-Up Booms and Black SwansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Safehaven

    It was reported that 2014 recorded the largest par value for defaults on data back to 2009. That was for municipalities and counties.

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  2. Federal beds to keep more Vermont prisoners in KentuckyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | The Bennington Banner

    ... Commissioner Andy Pallito. The DOC negotiated that number down to 60, Pallito said. Corrections Corporation of America oversees about 400 Vermont prisoners in facilities in Kentucky and Arizona because Vermont prisons are overcrowded. The state is ...

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  3. Jesse Jackson: States Are 'Undermining the Right to Vote' With For-Profit PrisonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Cybercast News Service

    ... two, it's a profit-making industry. So that, if you're in jail "x" number of days, the Corrections Corporation of America gets paid. They must be guaranteed 90 percent occupancy. Jail becomes a daycare center or a homeless shelter for so many ...

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  4. Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filingsRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Business Wire

    ... the Issuer Default Rating (IDR), bank facility and long-term unsecured debt ratings for Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) with a Stable ... ...

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  5. Fitch Affirms Correction Corp.'s IDR at 'BB+'; Outlook StableRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | Business Wire

    ... the Issuer Default Rating (IDR), bank facility and long-term unsecured debt ratings for Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) with a Stable Rating Outlook. A full list of rating actions follows at the end of this release. The affirmation of CCA's ...

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  6. Reduce DOC detainee populationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Pacific Daily News

    ... court discovering rampant abuse against juveniles and the mentally ill. In February 2014, Corrections Corporation of America, the nation's largest for-profit prison operator, paid Idaho $1 million because of the company's admitted falsification of ...

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  7. Woman strip-searched by prison guards to prove she's menstruatingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Russia Taday

    ... "Any visitor refusing a search of any type may be permanently restricted from visiting." Corrections Corporation of America spokesman Jonathan Burns wrote in an email to the Huffington Post that maintaining safe facilities was a top priority. "To ...

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  8. Jail Visitor Had to Prove She Was On PeriodRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Courthouse News Service

    Jail guards made a female visitor pull down her pants to prove that she was on her period, the woman claims in federal court. Jane Doe sued Corrections Corporation of America and South Central Correctional Facility employees for unreasonable search and seizure on Thursday.

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  9. Prison Visitor Says Guards Made Her Prove She Was Menstruating By Letting Them Inspect Her VaginaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | ThinkProgress

    ... upon her vaginal area" until she was satisfied that the woman was indeed menstruating. Corrections Corporation of America, the private company that runs the prison, does not have a policy specifically permitting feminine sanitary products, the ...

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  10. Woman says prison guards forced her to prove menstruationRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | WTVC

    A woman who was visiting a privately run Tennessee prison says in a lawsuit she was forced to expose her genitals to prove she was menstruating when she tried to take a sanitary napkin into the facility. The lawsuit, filed Thursday in federal court, says the woman suggested less invasive ways to offer proof to guards at the Corrections Corporation of America prison about 85 miles southwest of Nashville.

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  11. Woman Sues Corrections Corp. Over Strip Search To Prove She Was MenstruatingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Nashville Scene

    A Tennessee woman filed suit in federal court Thursday, alleging that corrections officers at prison owned and operated by Corrections Corporation of America required her to expose her genitalia to officers so they could "verify" that she was menstruating after they spotted a feminine sanitary napkin in her pocket. The lawsuit seeks to have CCA's "strip-search policy" declared unconstitutional along with compensatory and punitive damages for the officers' "unconscionable and callous regard" for the woman's rights.

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  12. Federal beds to keep more Vermont prisoners in KentuckyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | The Bennington Banner

    ... Commissioner Andy Pallito. The DOC negotiated that number down to 60, Pallito said. Corrections Corporation of America oversees about 400 Vermont prisoners in facilities in Kentucky and Arizona because Vermont prisons are overcrowded. The state is ...

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  13. AmericideRead the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | Common Dreams

    ... ion They may not be the mine shafts of Tennessee Coal, but modern private prisons such as Corrections Corporation of America and G4S generate massive profits , selling inmate labor to corporations like Chevron, Bank of America, AT&T, and IBM.

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  14. Private option could help Ohio prison overcrowdingRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 17 | News Journal

    ... Mohr said. However, what is expected is a discussion about a contract for beds with Corrections Corporation of America at its Youngstown facility. CCA lost a federal contract for about 600 beds and is looking for new customers before the contract ...

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  15. CCA Provides Tax Allocations of 2014 Dividend DistributionsRead the original story

    Jan 2, 2014 | Market Wire

    For common shareholders of Corrections Corporation of America, the Form 1099-DIV summarizes the allocation of 2014 dividends. The amounts indicated on Form 1099-DIV should be reported on shareholders' 2014 federal income tax returns.

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  16. CCA Blocks Resolution Requiring Investment in Reentry ProgramsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | Nashville Scene

    Pith readers are familiar with Alex Friedmann, the former inmate at a prison run by Nashville-based Corrections Corporation of America who became a rogue shareholder and has spent years fighting the nation's largest for-profit prison company from the inside. Friedmann has frequently weaponized shareholder resolutions to corner the company.

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  17. Bureau of Prisons owes explanationRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 11 | Salem News

    For years the private prison operated by Corrections Corporation of America on Youngstown's north side has relied on public contracts to fund the housing of federal inmates. When word came Dec. 29 that the U.S. Bureau of Prisons would not renew its contract when it expires in May, the prison began assessing the impact the move would have on its operations.

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  18. Ohio prison operator won't protest loss of federal contractRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | Marietta Times

    ... its contract. The facility for low-level offenders is owned by Nashville, Tennessee-based Corrections Corporation of America. Youngstown Mayor John McNally tells The Vindicator (http://bit.ly/1xV1HCw ) he spoke with corporation officials Wednesday ...

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  19. Ohio Prison Operator Wona t Protest Loss Of Federal ContractRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | TheCourier.com

    ... its contract. The facility for low-level offenders is owned by Nashville, Tennessee-based Corrections Corporation of America. Youngstown Mayor John McNally tells The Vindicator ( ) he spoke with corporation officials Wednesday and they won't be ...

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  20. Prison gets answers on loss of federal contractRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 7 | Tribune-Chronicle

    A meeting with the Federal Bureau of Prisons provided Corrections Corporation of America an explanation why its contract to house low-level offenders in Youngstown was not renewed, but those reasons aren't being shared publicly. The sides are mum on Tuesday's teleconference, but Youngstown Mayor John McNally, who did not participate in the phone call, said the BOP scored The GEO Group Inc. the Boca Raton, Fla.-based company that won the contract away from CCA better on a "variety of issues" in the evaluation and award process.

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